CISE Student Research Workshop
Friday, January 13, 2006
This workshop is intended to bring together students and faculty affiliated with CISE to exchange ideas and broaden everyone’s understanding of the various research topics pursued by all of us. Therefore, we are interested in hearing about your progress in the area of Systems Engineering, whatever your exact topic.
The presentations will be approximately 20 minutes long, and discussion-oriented and informal. Please do not hesitate to show us your exciting ideas, even for work in progress. Keep in mind that input from faculty and your fellow students can be of great help.
Your abstracts should include a title, your name, contact email address, and a summary of your presentation in one or two paragraphs. Submit your abstract in .pdf format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstracts are due on January 6, 2005.
Presentations will be on January 13, 2006.
- 11:00 AM – Dynamic Low Power Listening in Event Driven Wireless Sensor Network – Xu Ning
- 11:30 AM – Dynamic Voltage Scaling in Two-hop Systems with Hard End-to-end Timing Constraints – Jianfeng Mao
- 12:00 PM – Structuring Database for Efficient Monte-Carlo Simulation – Gang Zhao
- 12:30 PM – Lunch
- 1:30 PM – On the Benefits of Distributional Information in Robust Linear Optimization – Seong-Cheol Kang
- 2:00 PM – SDU: A Targeted Optimization Algorithm for Protein Docking – Yang Shen
- 2:30 PM – Server Selection for Content Replication Networks – Tao Wu
- 3:00 PM – Sleeping and Wireless Medium Induced Latency and Energy Consumption in Sensor Networks – Wei Lai
- 3:30 PM – Elevator Dispatching as a Hybrid System Control Problem – Kirk Wesselowski